This might be in the wrong section, but I don't know where else it would belong because it has to do with hardware and drivers. I just built myself a new computer yesterday here are the specs: Asus P5N-D motherhoard Intel 2.4 GHz Core 2 Quad Processor 2 GB of Corsair RAM Gefore 8600 GT Video Card 400 W Power supply We also got an optical drive, but I'm going to assume that isn't the cause of the problem, I might be wrong, but I'm just assuming. I got started by installing xp, and the new drivers, everything was going well (I had multiple reboots for drivers and such). When I moved on to microsoft updates, I rebooted and it gave me a BSOD, I started up in safe mode, and updated my BIOS, which resulted in it being fixed for a little while. Then I booted up in normal mode, did some updates, and it blue screens again. I'm finally at the stage where I just installed office and such, updated that, and it blue screens again. I have absolutely no idea why it would be doing this. So, now I'm in safe mode, and it boots up fine, which leads me to believe it's a driver/software error. Does anybody have a method of determining what is going wrong, what driver, that kind of thing? I heard something about going into msconfig and turning on /BOOTLOG, but I didn't try it out. I ran chkdsk, and it didn't show any errors.